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  • adjective Not harvested

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Examples

  • Menas, telling him that he was to lie in the harbour, always pretending that he waited for some cargo not yet forthcoming, such as unharvested corn, or whatever was convenient, until we appeared again.

    The Wanderer's Necklace

  • The Torah teaches us this value repeatedly, providing fair business practices (just weights and measures), communal set-asides for the widow, orphan and the stranger, and the commandment to leave the corners of the fields unharvested so that the poor can feed themselves in times of scarcity (pe'ah).

    Elissa D. Barrett: To the Righteous, Wealth Is a Greater Test Than Poverty

  • Sure, food is wasted starting on the farm: Annually, approximately 7 percent of crops goes unharvested.

    Maria Rodale: Got Dirt? Give Thanks

  • The larger problem for farmers is that the crackdown will scare away workers, leading to labor shortages that leave unharvested crops rotting in the fields or cause growers to leave the U.S. for Mexico or Central America.

    Republican Overregulation

  • Sure, food is wasted starting on the farm: Annually, approximately 7 percent of crops goes unharvested.

    Maria Rodale: Got Dirt? Give Thanks

  • The Bible itself provides ample examples of laws that modify the unbridled rights of property owners: we are commanded to leave the corners of our fields unharvested, and to harvest our crops but once.

    Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson: Supply And Demand Isn't Enough

  • The Bible itself provides ample examples of laws that modify the unbridled rights of property owners: we are commanded to leave the corners of our fields unharvested, and to harvest our crops but once.

    Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson: Supply And Demand Isn't Enough

  • Small weeds turned into flowering triffids, couch grass spread out from the paths to colonise the beds, crops went unharvested.

    How we nearly lost the plot

  • The Bible itself provides ample examples of laws that modify the unbridled rights of property owners: we are commanded to leave the corners of our fields unharvested, and to harvest our crops but once.

    Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson: Supply And Demand Isn't Enough

  • With an estimated 80% of endangered species located on private land, most of the cost has been borne by individual citizens in the form of timber left unharvested, homes left unbuilt and fields unplowed—to say nothing of the legal fees incurred by owners who battle for the right to harvest, build or plow.

    The Politics of Protection

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